Analysis of Digital Diplomacy and E-Society in the Context of Internet Governance
John J. Tucker Yépez1, Benjamín A. Pusay Villarroel2, Paulo A. Samaniego Rojas3

1John J. Tucker Yépez, Engineer Specialist in Communication Networks and Switching Systems, State University of Belgorod Russia, Master in International Sciences and Diplomacy, Ecuador, Researcher at The Universidad Nacional de Loja, Department of Telecommunications.
2Benjamin A. Pusay Villarroel Electronics and Telecommunications Engineer, Master in Telecommunications, Researcher at the Universidad Técnica de Ambato, Ecuador, Department of Electronics and Telecommunications.
3Paulo A. Samaniego Rojas Electronics and Telecommunications Engineer, Master in Telecommunications, Researcher at the Universidad Nacional de Loja, Ecuador, Department of Telecommunications.

Manuscript received on 18 February 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 27 February 2019 | Manuscript published on 28 February 2019 | PP: 134-139 | Volume-8 Issue-3, February 2019 | Retrieval Number: C5853028319/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: Nowadays, societies are in constant evolution, adapting to changes and constantly learning due to the progress of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Internet, considered as the “public super highway” of information through which millions of terabytes travel every day, contains information of many different sources from Facebook comments to diplomatic cables having delicate information. In the international relations and in diplomacy, the ICT have gained an important space, providing a new paradigm through the new computer tools which link the knowledge society with the diplomats work, establishing a significant space for public opinion which is very important for our communities in the present. This paper aims to analyze the digital diplomacy and the new civil society (also known as e-society) for proving the importance of ICT in the scenario of digital diplomacy.
Keywords: Digital Diplomacy, E-Society, ICT, Internet Governance, Social Media .

Scope of the Article: Social Media